U.S. Air Force veteran Steve Taylor, left, talks with U.S. Army veteran Ryan Creel as they rest at the KOA campground in Enfield on Friday. Taylor is a hand cyclist who rides a recumbent handcycle very similar to the one he is seated in. Taylor's handcycle was damaged earlier on Friday.

Telegram photo / Alan Campbell

U.S. Air Force veteran Steve Taylor, left, talks with U.S. Army veteran Ryan Creel as they rest at the KOA campground in Enfield on Friday. Taylor is a hand cyclist who rides a recumbent handcycle very similar to the one he is seated in. Taylor's handcycle was damaged earlier on Friday.

Cross-country bike ride aims to help veterans

By Jim Holt

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ENFIELD – After embarking in July on a 90-day, 4,200-mile bike ride across the country, five veterans from the U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force have been pedaling relentlessly to raise money and awareness for other veterans in need of services during the arduous road of transitioning back to civilian life.

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